Georgia Symons is a writer and festival curator living and working on the lands of the Wurundjeri peoples. In all her work, she wants to bring people together to conduct experiments, pranks and spooky rituals. She is a great cyclist, a good cook, an average dancer and a terribly slow reader.
Protection from natural or human-made disasters in cities is often a top down affair, organised by federal or state government. What if communities were empowered to react with creative solutions in the face of catastrophe? Georgia Symons walks us through the interdisciplinary project Refuge at Arts House in Melbourne to discover what happens when art […]